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Screening for Cervical Cancer - Systematic Evidence Review (Number 25) By U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
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The evidence we reviewed indicates that a reasonable age at which to initiate cervical cancer screening in women is age 21. Screening before this age is complicated by relatively high rates of... More > transient HPV and regressive cervical abnormalities, with very few actual cancer cases. Current data cannot assure that beginning screening after this age is clearly safe, particularly in the United States, which has no centralized national cervical cancer screening program. For cytology-based screening, LBC does not differ from CC in sensitivity, specificity, or relative CIN detection, but may yield a lower proportion of unsatisfactory slides. Cost, overall screening strategy, and other considerations may also pertain to local decisions on which approach to use for collecting cytology samples. In women older than age 30 years, a single HC2 test is clearly more sensitive for CIN2+ and CIN3+ (about 40% greater) than cytology alone. However, a single HC2 test is also 3 to 5 percent less specific than cytology.< Less
Cervical Cancer: The Best Natural Remedies, Other Treatment Options and Life Expectancy By Asha Mark
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This is the complete and most comprehensive guide on cervical cancer. It extensively deals with causes and symptoms of cervical cancer, the five stages of the disease and survival chances of each of... More > the stage, sexual life after cervical cancer, treatment options including surgery, and best natural remedies available. The best part of the eBook is its "Natural Remedies" section. A proper and continuous use of natural remedies outlined in the eBook will go a long way in prolonging the lives of the patients with any stage of cervical cancer. Those simple yet very effective home remedies prove to be both palliative and curative to a great extent. Most of the natural remedies suggested are easily available and inexpensive and you can find many of them in your kitchen itself. A combination of trust in the natural remedies and a resolve coupled with a tough mental preparation to fight against the physical odds will play an important role in winning over the killer disease.< Less
Screening for Cervical Cancer: A Systematic Evidence Review for the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force - Evidence Synthesis (Number 86) By U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
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The information in this report is intended to help clinicians, employers, policymakers, and others make informed decisions about the provision of health care services. This report is intended as a... More > reference and not as a substitute for clinical judgment. This report may be used, in whole or in part, as the basis for the development of clinical practice guidelines and other quality enhancement tools, or as a basis for reimbursement and coverage policies. AHRQ or U.S. Department of Health and Human Services endorsement of such derivative products may not be stated or implied.< Less
"Our" Cancer Adventure By Karen Merlino
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A collection of journals, correspondence, essays and photos during my treatments via chemotherapy and radiation therapy for lymphoma and cervical cancer.
Natural Treatments for Cancers and Diseases: Volume 1 By Selena Hilton
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In my book I will be leading you through a variety of cancerous diseases with their natural and herbal eating techniques. In my first book, volume 1, you will find five cancerous diseases that come... More > with their herbal treatments. Blood Cancer Bladder Cancer Kidney Cancer Cervical cancer Bowel Cancer< Less
5 Important Things You Should Know About Breast Cancer By Kristin Manzer
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Despite more awareness, the availability of mammography screening, and the benefits of self-examination, breast cancer continues to be a number one cause of death for women. In this ebook, you'll... More > find helpful tips on: -What Everyone Needs to Know About Breast Cancer -Why Breast Cancer Is Killing You -3 Facts You Need to Know About Breast Cancer -And More GRAB A COPY OF THIS INCREDIBLE BOOK TODAY< Less
Final Release - Simple Steps to Prevent 9 Types of Cancer - What can you do to prevent cancer from ever forming in your body By C. ALBER
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Have you been struggling to find the right sources to complete cancer prevention? Then this is just the thing to ease your worries and help you headed down the right path to a cancer-free and... More > healthy life. This book is jammed packed with the most up-to-date information that recent studies have shown to be sure fire ways to prevent cancer from plaguing your life. Just take a look at what all is included in this dynamic, one-of-a-kind cancer prevention report... - Breast Cancer Prevention - Lung Cancer Prevention - Brain Cancer Prevention - Cervical Cancer Prevention - Liver Cancer Prevention - Prostate Cancer Prevention - Plus, the top tips for living a preventative and cancer free lifestyle! And that's not all. So what are you waiting for? Act now, before it's too late! GET YOUR FREE TITLE!! All purchasers of this title will also get one of the titles published by Tulip Publishing Group FREE!!. The details are in the book. Claim your book, FREE!!< Less
The Other End of the Stethoscope By Larry Puls, M.D.
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True life tales of individual battles with different gynecologic malignancies as well as tales from resident education.
The Other End of the Stethoscope By Larry Puls, M.D.
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True life tales of individual battles with different gynecologic malignancies as well as tales from resident education.
Maelstrom: A Memoir By Theresa L. Brennan
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Maelstrom is a memoir of the years I was working on becoming a mother with the unexpected detour through cancer. A valuable book for any person who is dealing with cancer or the loss of the ability... More > to have children Maelstrom is ultimately a book of hope and acceptance.< Less